Those dependent on prescription drugs, as well as concerned loved ones, should choose to seek out information to better understand the reality of such addictions. The Arizona Prescription Drug Addiction Helpline offers a blog to help educate the public about many associated concerns about prescription drug dependence. Here, readers can learn valuable information, such as how to assist in cases of an emergency overdose and warning signs to look for that could point to a problem with medications.
C-section surgery for child-birth is a common procedure nowadays, but it can be a daunting experience for first mothers. The fear of pain can cause immense stress and anxiety. New mothers hardly have any option in taking sufficient time to recover from the surgery, because they need to take care of their newborn as soon […]Continue Reading
Prescription drug addiction has become a global issue as it has affected a large number of people. The menace of prescription drug abuse pushes a user to access the same medications illicitly from multiple treatment providers. Such an illicit measure has become popular among users and is commonly referred to as “doctor shopping.” Though such […]Continue Reading
There are a lot of wrong information circulating around when it comes to prescription painkillers. Some people believe that painkillers are the way to become totally free of pain. However, in order to resume all work and responsibilities like before, people suffering from chronic pain need to go for long-term management. Interestingly, painkillers are just […]Continue Reading
The abuse of prescription drugs in the United States has been growing by leaps and bounds and according to the 2014 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), 4.3 million Americans were engaged in non-medical use of prescription painkillers in the previous month and that 1.9 million met the criteria for prescription painkillers use, […]Continue Reading
Overtaking both car crashes and shooting incidents, deaths due to drug overdose has become a matter of concern. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than six out of ten drug overdoses are caused by prescription painkillers, which are popularly known as opioid or narcotic pain relievers. Being highly addictive, prescription […]Continue Reading